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Thanks to signatures submitted by Smart and Safe Arizona, a citizens initiative to legalize cannabis for adult use in the state, recreational marijuana will be... [Read More]
A man was arrested in Phoenix Monday morning after being accused of leaving a 6-month-old puppy with a rib fracture and neck laceration, police say. [Read More]
She says doctors told her there are phases to coronavirus. [Read More]
(Video courtesy: Larry Arbanas, Earthwhile Films and Photography) [Read More]
There may be people out there who have cancer and don't know it, says an Arizona doctor. [Read More]
CBS 5 Investigates analyzed data and found that over the summer, children in Arizona had among the highest covid infection rate in the country. [Read More]
Brianna Allen has four children with autism, and they are all currently doing online learning. [Read More]
The former ASU WR chronicles his battle and looks at the challenges of a season. [Read More]
A woman who tested positive to COVID-19 in May with mild symptoms has tested positive again, but now with much more severe symptoms. [Read More]
Tempe Town Lake has partially reopened after last month's train derailment, some parts remain closed for cleanup after the bridge collapse. Vice President Mike Pence... [Read More]
According to AZ State Forestry, the Goldfield Fire has burned 50 acres and is moving north/northeast through dry fuels. [Read More]
One East Valley group of parents are leaning on each other for a little support right now. [Read More]
The video was provided and edited by the Phoenix Police Department. Arizona's Family has requested the raw footage. [Read More]
As working parents now juggle the additional job of managing online homeschooling, one east Valley group of moms and dads are leaning on each other... [Read More]
Here's why the decrease could be a huge problem. [Read More]
He said this means there may be people out there who have cancer and don't know it. [Read More]
The director of Maricopa County's domestic violence hotline says fewer victims are calling, and fewer people are using their shelter services. [Read More]
It's pretty easy these days to send and receive money electronically. In fact, it's become rather popular during the COVID-19 pandemic because people don't want... [Read More]
Since 1984 thirteen "keys" have helped one historian accurately pick who would win the presidential election. [Read More]
Del del Palacio, board member for the Tolleson Union High School District, said the state's plan for opening schools ignores shortages in school staff and... [Read More]
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